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Why Human Body Has Not Evolved to Make Childbirth Easier – or Has It?
Individual Receptors Caught in Act of Coupling
A Proclamation on Earth Day, 2021
UNESCO and partners offer open online course on safety of women journalists
Apple Celebrates Earth Day 2021
Climate has shifted axis of Earth
Social Equity and Sustainable Energy Intersect at UConn Law Conference
Stress and Death in Female Baboons — as Measured by Hormones in Poop
Flooding in Houston polluted reefs more than 100 miles offshore
Insurance isn’t enough for women at high risk of breast cancer
COVID-19 pandemic changes to healthcare and health policy
U.S. Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center helps deliver quality child care facilities
Genes linked to creativity were “secret weapon” in survival of Homo sapiens
Scientists in California, Texas to study ways to help children receiving heart transplants
‘Information theory’ recruited to help scientists find cancer genes
Filling Federal Oversight Gaps
Texas A&M study: Racial, ethnic diversity in schools influence mental health
UTA represented at national climate summit
Most U.S. Preschoolers Don’t Get Quality Pre-K Education, and Pandemic Made it Worse
Press Briefing by White House COVID-19 Response Team and Public Health Officials 20 April
Research Inside Hill Slopes Could Help Wildfire and Drought Prediction
Anesthesia & Analgesia marks first decade of Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine
Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics Launches First Public Database of Scientists in State Politics
A Proclamation on National Volunteer Week, 2021
Innovator’s Series: Col. Guion S. Bluford
Rural-urban divide compounds racial disparities in COVID-19 deaths, study finds
Baylor and TCH researchers honored with AACR Team Science Award
Federal Water Rule Does Not Account for Pollution Across State Boundaries
Researcher Receives $488,000 Grant to Study, Raise Awareness of Ways American Culture Shapes Racial Attitudes and Myths
Nobel laureate among presenters for UTA Science Week
UT Hydrogen Startup Celadyne Receives Investment from Shell Ventures
Nominations Sent to Senate 16 April
UC Davis Hospice patient goes home to old Oklahoma farm ranch – one more time before forever
Diet of Homotherium sabertooth cat included baby mammoths, according to new research
More English learners at risk of future academic struggles in Texas public schools
Mediterranean diet with lean beef may lower risk factors for heart disease
Navy Identifies Sailor Who Died During Training Exercise
Novel guidelines help select optimal deconvolution method
America’s Navy Sails into San Antonio for a Virtual Navy Week
Consuming culture in era of streaming services
To Cool Tomorrow’s Buildings, Power Sector Must Grow
MD Anderson and Boehringer Ingelheim expand collaboration to advance lung cancer therapies
Dog Aging Project seeks more canine participants
U.S. President Biden Announces His Intent to Nominate Robert Santos for Director of U.S. Census Bureau
Life Expectancy Lower for Those Living Near Superfund Sites
How marriage is impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis among African American women
Mouse model closely reproduces human fatty liver disease
Researchers identify surface protein as a new osteosarcoma therapeutic target for antibody-drug conjugates